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Re: MSFS SDK

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No, there won't be a GPS , at least in the initial release. I don't know if pop up windows will be possible. :dunno:
I suppose i could update it a bit and have a glass cockpit! :lol: :hide:
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She’s looking great Dave 👍
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Re: MSFS SDK

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DaveG wrote: 05 Oct 2020, 16:14 ...I suppose i could update it a bit and have a glass cockpit! :lol: :hide:
oh please no. But maybe with v2 (or v3) one with the minimum changes to the nav/com that someone would do if they were flying it today.
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In the last Fsx version there was a radio in some models but I've removed that in the MSFS version for now. It will probably make a comeback though.
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Re: MSFS SDK

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Hats off to you Dave! :welldone:
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